ABC Evening News for Friday, Sep 12, 1969
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(Studio) Black militant Robert Williams flown from London to Detroit by TWA, with only attorney and guard. Fugitive for 8 years
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith
(Detroit, Michigan) Accused of kidnapping North Carolina couple in 1961. Lived in Cuba, China, North Vietnam, and Tanzania. Named President of Republican of New Africa. RNA wants 5 S. states for its own black government Williams wears Mao suit. Arrested by FBI and released on $10,000 bond to await North Carolina extradition. [WILLIAMS - says he'll fight extradition. Black man can't get justice in North Carolina.]
REPORTER: Barney Morris
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